Trump says ALL illegal immigrants can be deported

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Trump says ALL illegal immigrants can be deported
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Women imprisoned in the jails of the Syrian government are sexually assaulted and tortured every day, according to a new report.
Each day, women are dragged from their cells to be tortured and raped, sometimes hung from a pole in the ceiling where they’re assaulted for days.
The assaults are punishment for offences as minor as having a picture of the revolutionary flag on their phone, the report says.

The extent of the crimes against imprisoned women was revealed in a report by the centre for women, peace and security at the London School of Economics.
The findings were published before talks in Geneva, where world powers hope to reach a political settlement with Syrian president Bashar al-Assad.

The violence is systematic, the report says, and so frequent that guards pass out contraceptive pills to the imprisoned women.
The Syrian regime denies normalizing rape and abuse as a way of interrogation procedure and punishment for men and women.
In a report released earlier this month, Amnesty International found that up to 13,000 men were hanged in just one prison.
A lawyer from the port city of Latakia, identified only as Basima, has detailed to The Sunday Times the extent of the abuse she faced after being captured by the regime.
She was so brutally tortured on ther 37th birthday that her captors thought she was dead.
Basima had been dragged from her cell early that morning, and captors planned to beat and humiliate her.
One captor – who she says ‘loved’ to torture her – hung her from a wall that day.
She said: ‘He tied a piece of cloth around my hair and hung me from a tube attached to the wall. It took my whole body weight.’
The tortures then used ropes to pull apart her legs until she was in pain and sexually assaulted her. Later they made her stand on one leg for an hour before being handcuffed.
She fell unconscious and was taken to the hospital.

Basima was arrested on suspicion for helping terrorist groups. She claims she was teaching civilians first aid with skills she learned as a volunteer for the Red Crescent.
Donald Trump may put all of the USA’s illegal immigrants in ICE’s crosshairs with two new orders that could allow for anyone to be deported, regardless of whether they have committed a crime in the US.
Drafts of two memos seen by Reuters vastly widen the scope of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents, potentially affecting hundreds of thousands of people.
One in particular gives them greater discretion over who gets to be deported – and says that anyone in the United States illegally is subject to deportation.

The memos are guidance to instruct agents in the field to implement two executive orders signed by Trump on January 25 that were intended to deter future migration and drive out more illegal migrants from the United States.
The first memo, which says all illegals are subject to deportation, is concerned with internal immigration control.
It orders ICE agents to disregard President Obama’s order to focus on criminal immigrants and recent arrivals.
Instead, the order says, they should switch their focus and prioritize migrants who have been charged with crimes but not yet convicted.
It also broadens the scope of ICE powers to determine who should be deported, and says immigrants will not be afforded rights under US privacy laws.
The second memo instructs Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers to crack down on illegal migration at the border by holding migrants in detention until a determination in their case is made.
The memos have been approved by secretary of homeland security John Kelly and now face final review in the White House.
They are expected to be released to ICE and CBP early next week.
A source familiar with the guidance said the memos were scheduled to be distributed on Friday but the White House made a last-minute request to review them. It is not known whether the White House may alter the guidance.

The guidance does leave in place Obama’s 2012 executive action that protected 750,000 people brought to the United States illegally by their parents – referred to by Obama’s administration as ‘dreamers’.
The fate of the policy, known as DACA, has been hotly debated within the White House, according to sources familiar with the discussions.
Trump said in a news conference Friday that DACA was a ‘very difficult subject’ for him.
One DACA recipient has so far been arrested: Daniel Ramirez, who was detained in Seattle in a raid on his father’s house on February

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